Any motorists here who regularly pass Roosevelt Avenue in Quezon City? Well, those of you who raised your hands might have to adjust your brains a bit.The Philippine Senate has approved a bill renaming Roosevelt Avenue to 'Fernando Poe Jr. Avenue.'
It looks like traffic enforcers may soon have a new weapon in their fight against intoxicated drivers.The Senate has allocated P20 million for breathalyzers in its version of the 2020 national budget. While the amount may represent just a miniscule fraction
The EDSA traffic saga continues, and ideas continue to pop up left and right like mushrooms.The latest pitch in this discussion comes from Senator Grace Poe. According to a report by Inquirer, the senator mentioned during a Senate hearing the idea
Late last year, the Philippine Land Transportation Office (LTO) issued Memorandum Circular (MC) 2018-2158, which set guidelines for private motor vehicle inspection center operations.Under the MC, vehicles weighing over 4,500kg will be charged an inspection fee of P1,800
Issues regarding the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) move to replace the Estrella-Pantaleon Bridge don't look like they're going to die down anytime soon.Earlier this week, Senator Grace Poe filed Resolution No. 984 urging the Senate
A Senator has spoken up regarding the Metro Manila Council (MMC) and Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) plan to ban cars without passengers from EDSA during rush hour.According to Senator Grace Poe, the MMDA shouldn't rush implementing the new
If you've ever found yourself complaining about the deplorable state of some transport terminals, a new Senate bill is aiming to ease the same burden experienced by many commuters nationwide.Senate Bill No. 1749, submitted jointly by the Committees on Public
With all the mishaps and accidents that happen on our roads every day, will a change in governing bodies be the solution? The senators behind Senate Bill 1637 seem to think so. The proposed bill is otherwise known as the National Transport
One of the main reasons is lack of reliable public transport
According to a recent report by GMA News Online, the Philippines has suffered an estimated P4.1 billion in losses for 2017 due to Metro Manila's horrible traffic. This is based on a study done by the Japan International Cooperation Agency,
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has today served its final decision to terminate its contract with Busan Universal Railways (BURI) for the maintenance of MRT-3 and other services.The official decision cited BURI's inability to address issues raised in a
The hottest motoring topic making the rounds today is the ongoing nationwide transport strike against the government's PUV modernization program. Social media has been ablaze all day with opinions and arguments from both sides. Senator Grace Poe is the latest influential
Just in: Uber is resuming its operations after the company filed a motion for reconsideration with the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB). "In response to overwhelming rider and driver demand, we have filed a motion for reconsideration with the LTFRB.
A bill seeking to extend the validity of Philippine driver's licenses for up to 10 years has been approved, with amendments, on its second reading.If it pushes through, Senate Bill 1449 will allow for the 10-year validity of driver'
Carnappers might now want to think twice before laying their filthy hands on someone else's property. Republic Act No. 10883--otherwise known as the Anti-Carnapping Act--has finally lapsed into law, and it carries harsher penalties for thieves caught stealing
That's Esquire Philippines' cover for its December/January issue, featuring Senator Grace Poe. Car enthusiasts old enough to remember will recognize the artwork as being inspired by Volkswagen's 1959 print ad for the Beetle, titled "Think Small."
Sen. Grace Poe has filed Senate Resolution 708, which calls for a lawmaking body to conduct a probe on the "carnapping of vehicles disguised as towing."According to the lawmaker, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority and the Philippine National Police should "initiate